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Thursday, August 18, 2022

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‘This just keeps happening. Over and over’: Students respond to Sacramento shooting

Students, faculty and experts speak on Sacramento shooting that killed six and injured 12  By CHRIS PONCE  — city@theaggie.org   Content Warning: This article contains descriptions of...

Jenny Tan becomes Director of Community Engagement for the City of Davis

Former Public Information Officer for Yolo County highlights the importance of collaboration in community building  By SHRADDHA JHINGAN — city@theaggie.org   In a news statement published on...

Lawsuit filed to change misleading ballot statements written by opponents of the DiSC 2022 development project

Despite a double-sided victory, the opposing campaign said that, as a result, they’ve been put in a difficult position By LEVI GOLDSTEIN — city@theaggie.org   On March...

Voices of the Sacramento teachers, families affected by SCUSD staffing crisis

As the strike organized by the Sacramento City Teachers Association comes to an end, teachers and families share their thoughts moving forward By CHRIS PONCE ...

Dos Coyotes Border Cafe celebrates 31st anniversary

The restaurant features anniversary special and jobs for undergraduates By RACHEL SHEY — city@theaggie.org   Dos Coyotes Border Cafe, a Southwestern-inspired “people’s restaurant,” is commemorating 31 years...

Dzokerayi Minya, founder of TESE Foundation, wins 2022 Ruby Award

TESE foundation works to increase access to education By SHRADDHA JHINGAN — city@theaggie.org   Dzokerayi Minya, the founder of TESE Foundation, won the 2022 Ruby Award. The...

Davis Community Meals and Housing’s hopeful projection for 2022

Davis Community Meals and Housing faced changes during the pandemic, but officials are optimistic about the future By CHRIS PONCE  — city@theaggie.org   The effects of the...

Governor Newsom proposes gas rebate

Proposal comes while the U.S. is inflicting economic sanctions against Russia By SOFIA BIREN — city@theaggie.org   The repercussions of global sanctions against Russia, due to...

‘Break the cycle of generational poverty’: Yolo County begins allocating basic income to families in poverty

As part of project YOBI, families living in poverty and people experiencing homelessness have begun receiving monthly checks from Yolo County By CHRIS PONCE  —...

Race for Yolo County District Attorney’s office heats up

Incumbent Jeff Reisig challenged by candidate Cynthia Rodriguez By RACHEL SHEY — city@theaggie.org   The Yolo County primary election race is on June 7. Voters will be...

The legacy of the Davis Varsity Theatre

The Varsity Theatre has been a staple of the City of Davis for over 100 years By SOFIA BIREN — city@theaggie.org The Davis Varsity Theatre is...

Davis celebrated César Chávez Day on March 31

This annual holiday honors the late activist and his push toward social and economic justice By SOFIA BIREN — city@theaggie.org   Content Warning: This article contains descriptions...

Yolo County Point in Time Count conducted on Feb. 23

Point in Time Count indicates how many individuals are experiencing homelessness By SHRADDHA JHINGAN — city@theaggie.org   In a press release published on March 4, Yolo County...

Yolo County Board of Supervisors approves expenditure plan for $1.5 million state grant for fire preparedness and mitiga

Officials are hopeful that the funds will help reduce the impact of California’s catastrophic wildfires By LEVI GOLDSTEIN — city@theaggie.org   On Feb. 22, the Yolo County...

Davis social services commission extends Daytime Respite Center through June 2023

City hopes to eventually offer nighttime services for people experiencing homelessness By RACHEL SHEY — city@theaggie.org   On Feb. 28, the Davis social services commission approved an...